As the measures of lockdown are slowly easing, we are now looking ahead to brighter times and from 4th July we are beginning a phased re-opening of our pubs. These will include the following Hydes pubs:
Abel Heywood (www.abelheywood.co.uk)
Coach & Four (www.thecoachandfour.co.uk)
Fletcher Moss (www.thefletchermoss.co.uk)
Horse & Farrier (www.horseandfarriergatley.co.uk)
John Millington (www.thejohnmillington.co.uk)
Jolly Thresher (www.jollythresher.co.uk)
Joshua Bradley (www.thejoshuabradley.co.uk)
Old Plough (www.oldploughsale.co.uk)
To reopen on the 9th July:
To reopen on the 10th July:
Q Bar, Stalybridge
To reopen on the 13th July:
To reopen on the 16th July:
To reopen on the 17th July:
Cross Keys, Cheadle Hulme
Vine Inn (www.vineinnnantwich.co.uk)
To reopen on the 23rd July:
Bull’s Head, Lymm (www.facebook.com/bullsheadlymm)
Cheshire Cheese, Wheelock (www.cheshirecheesewheelock.co.uk)
Crown Inn, Cheadle (www.facebook.com/CrownInnCheadle)
James Watts, Cheadle (www.thejameswatts.co.uk)
Nursery Inn (www.nurseryinn.co.uk)
Mount Inn (www.mountinnchester.co.uk)
Prince of Wales, Gatley (www.facebook.com/PrinceofWalesGatley)
Robert Gillow (www.robertgillow.co.uk)
To reopen on the 30th July:
To reopen on the 3rd August:
Golden Lion (www.thegoldenlionrossett.co.uk)
Other Hydes pubs will remain temporarily closed until further notice.
Please contact our Tenanted pubs direct for more information on reopening dates.
Since 1863, our pubs have played a vital role in keeping people connected and we are delighted to be doing this again albeit in stranger times. In accordance with the latest government guidance, our priority is to keep our customers and colleagues safe, whilst of course providing great customer service. We have been busy putting measures in place to ensure safety for all.
What to expect:
Entering and Exiting: Where possible we have introduced separate entrances and exists to further aid social distancing.
Hand Sanitisation: Sanitisation stations are available throughout the premises for both customers and staff to prevent the spread of the virus
Social Distancing: Look out for floor markers and socially distanced tables throughout our pubs to keep you at a safe distance
Protective Screens : Perspex guards have been installed at our order and till points
Deep Cleaning: Our pubs are all frequently being cleaned in all areas that come into contact with customers and staff throughout the day
From all of us, we want to extend our best wishes to you and your families.